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Massachusetts Eye and Ear/Harvard Medical School

Fellowship in Pediatric Otolaryngology

Director: Christopher Hartnick, M.D., M.S.
Duration:  1-2 years
Application Deadline: January 1
Starting Date: July 1

Description

The principal educational objective of the ACGME-accredited Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship is to provide exposure to a variety of medical and surgical conditions seen in a tertiary pediatric ORL referral practice. Specifically, the clinical experience will focus on patients with congenital and acquired anomalies that require surgical intervention such as airway reconstruction (approximately 15-20 per year), cochlear implantation (approximately 10-15 per year), chronic ear surgery (approximately 30-50 per year), endoscopic sinus surgery and head and neck procedures.

Clinical Responsibilities:
Outpatient clinic exposure includes, but is not necessarily be limited to, those specialty/multidisciplinary clinics in which the pediatric ORL faculty participate including the Pediatric Otology Clinic (Drs. Lee and Cohen), and the Airway and Voice Disorders Clinic (Dr. Hartnick).

The fellow also plays an active role in the consult service provided to the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children and the Shriners Hospital for Children related to pediatric ORL issues of an infectious, traumatic or emergent/urgent etiology.

Fellowship training in Pediatric Otolaryngology at Massachusetts Eye and Ear  also offers the experience of working in specialized facilities with a team of faculty with training and certifications in various subspecialty areas of Pediatric Otolaryngology. For example, fellows will gain experience in reading sleep studies with Dr. Keamy, who is board-certified in sleep medicine, in our Pediatric Sleep Laboratory. The Division also plans to recruit a Pediatric Allergist to the Aerodigestive Center this year.

There is no formal call for the fellow, as overnight and weekend call responsibilities are covered by the Mass. Eye and Ear ENT residents and the pediatric ENT attending. However, the fellow will be called and invited to participate in the care of any complex or interesting patients who present at night or over the weekends. The fellow makes rounds on weekends with the Mass. Eye and Ear on-call ENT resident when complex patients arise.

Teaching Responsibilities:
The fellow also attends and participates in the Department’s didactic lecture series (which includes CPCs, Grand Rounds and M&M), the Pediatric ENT Division’s monthly lecture series (directed by Dr. Gerald Healy), and any other relevant conferences, such as the monthly Pediatric Hearing Loss Conference and the bi-weekly Pediatric Pulmonary Conference and Tumor Board at the MGH. Additionally, fellows participate in the monthly ASPO web-based fellowship didactic lecture series. The fellow also directs the weekly informal “fellow talk” with the fellowship director (Dr. Hartnick) and the rotating resident.

Research and Publications:
The first year of the fellowship will be primarily clinical. During this time, the fellow will be encouraged to develop clinical based research under the guidance of the faculty. If a candidate opts for a two-year fellowship, the second year will be primarily devoted to either outcomes or basic science research activities.

Fellows are also encouraged to author and publish scientific articles during their fellowships. Two of our past fellows won first prize at ASPO's annual research competition. Others have co-authored books with faculty members during their fellowships.

Global Health Initiatives:
Past fellows have traveled with Dr. Hartnick on Pediatric Otolaryngology medical missions, one for cleft lip and palate surgery and another for pediatric airway surgery.

Selection Criteria:
The fellow’s performance as a resident, letters of recommendation, the quality of the applicant’s interview, academic achievement, and additional evidence of an interest in an academic pediatric otolaryngology career that would be enriched by a fellowship at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear are all considered.

Salary and Benefits:
Salary and benefits are commensurate with years of training and with that of the other Mass. Eye and Ear fellowships. The fellow’s malpractice insurance will be covered by the Pediatric Otolaryngology faculty. The faculty will also support travel to a conference at which the fellow is presenting his or her research.

Allocation of Time:
The majority of the fellow’s clinical time will be spent in the operating room, with the exception of specialty clinic and consultation service demands. A good faith attempt will be made to try to reserve one full day for research pursuits.  Research time will constitute the vast majority (80%) of a second year if so chosen.

Progress Reports:
Dr. Hartnick provides a semi-annual and an annual review summarizing the Pediatric Otolaryngology faculty’s impression of the fellow’s activities and progress.

Specific Goals and Objectives

In addition to the specific skill sets outlined in the various areas of concentration, the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Pediatric Otolaryngology Fellowship Program is committed to the development of a competency-based education model including the creation and use of evaluative instruments to demonstrate attainment of the following six ACGME-defined general competencies:

1) Patient care
Ensure that our Fellows provide compassionate, committed, and effective pediatric otolaryngology patient care.

2) Medical knowledge
Impart to our Fellows established and evolving biomedical, clinical, epidemiological and social/behavioral knowledge and assess the application of this knowledge to patient care.

3) Practice-based learning and improvement
Continuously monitor the quality of our Fellow’ performance both in the office and operating room settings, including their appraisal and assimilation of scientific evidence, technologic advancements, and novel health care delivery options into patient care.

4) Interpersonal and communication skills
Facilitate in our Fellows those interpersonal and communication skills which enhance their exchange of information with patients, patients’ families and other health professionals and which constitute the essence of “doctoring”.

5) Professionalism
Instill in our Fellows a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities in accordance with ethical principles and with sensitivity to the diversity of one’s patient population.

6) Systems-based practice
Create an awareness and responsiveness in our Fellows to the health care system, and enhance their ability to effectively call on system resources to provide care that is of optimal value and reasonable cost.

Faculty

Christopher J. Hartnick M.D.
Division Director and Fellowship Director 
 
Department of Otolaryngology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
243 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-573-4206
Fax: 617-573-6845
Christopher_hartnick@meei.harvard.edu

Clinical Interests:
Airway Reconstruction
Pediatric Voice Disorders
Pediatric VPI Surgery/ Cleft Palate Surgery
Pediatric Head and Neck and Skull Base Surgery
Pediatric Sinus Surgery

Daniel J. Lee M.D. FACS
Director, Pediatric Otology

Department of Otolaryngology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
243 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
Voice : 617-573-3130
Facsimile : 617-573-3914
Daniel_lee@meei.harvard.edu

Clinical Interests :
Cochlear implants
Auditory brainstem implants
Chronic ear surgery
Superior canal dehiscence syndrome
Acoustic neuroma surgery

Michael Cohen, M.D.
Department of Otolaryngology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
243 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-573-4208
Fax: 617-573-6845
michael_cohen@meei.harvard.edu

Clinical Interests:
Pediatric Hearing Loss
Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

Donald Keamy Jr., M.D.
Department of Otolaryngology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
243 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-573-4208
Fax: 617-573-6845
donald_keamyjr@meei.harvard.edu

Clinical Interests:
Pediatric Otolaryngology
Pediatric Neck Masses
Pediatric Chronic Ear Disease
Pediatric Sinus Disease and Surgery

Leila Mankarious M.D.
Department of Otolaryngology
Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary
243 Charles Street
Boston, MA 02114
617-573-4208
Fax: 617-573-6845
leila_mankarious@meei.harvard.edu

Clinical Interests:
Pediatric Hearing Loss
Pediatric Cochlear Implantation

Example of a typical work week

Monday (OR day): Full day in the operating room with Dr. Hartnick, usually consisting of 10-16 cases. Direct laryngoscopy/Bronchoscopy (DLB) on Mondays are done with the Pediatric Pulmonary and Gastroenterology (GI) services from the MGH. They will perform flexible bronchoscopy and esophagogastroduodenoscopy in conjunction with the DLB. Alternatively, the fellow may assist Dr. Mankarious in her OR with otology cases on this day as well.

Tuesday (Clinic/OR day): Dr. Hartnick’s multidisciplinary Aerodigestive and Voice Clinic. The Pediatric Pulmonary, GI, and speech/swallow service from MGH participate in this clinic. Dr. Lee will have some pediatric otology cases on Tuesday mornings as well. Dr. Mankarious operates in the surgicenter with the PGY-2 resident.

Wednesday (OR day): Dr. Hartnick has a full day in the operating room with approximately 10-16 cases. Dr. Keamy and Dr. Mankarious have clinic. Once a month, there is a multi-disciplinary pediatric hearing loss conference at 5 p.m..

Thursday (Admin/research day):  The morning begins with the MEEI grand rounds or M&M. This is followed by a CPC session with the residents. Twice a month, Dr. Lee has a pediatric otology clinic in the afternoons. Twice a month, the MGH pediatric head & neck tumor board is held in the afternoon. Once a month, Dr. Gerald Healy will hold a conference for the Pedi ENT division at 4 p.m..  The conference is scheduled and run by the fellow.

Friday (OR/Clinic day): Dr. Keamy has a full day in the OR with 10-16 cases. Dr Hartnick has a full day in clinic. Dr Lee will have pediatric otology cases in the OR.

 

Past Fellows

Mark Boseley, M.D. (graduating year 2006)
mboseley@comcast.net
Current Employment: Director of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Madigan Army base, Washington
Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship:

  • Open Airway Cases: 20
  • Cochlear Implants: 8
  • Bronchoscopies: 120
  • Mastoidectomies: 35

Research Publications:
A useful algorithm for managing the difficult pediatric airway.
Spasmodic dysphonia in an adolescent patient with an autoimmune neurologic disorder.
Efficacy of treating children with anterior commissure and true vocal fold respiratory papilloma with the 585-nm pulsed-dye laser.
Development of the human true vocal fold: depth of cell layers and quantifying cell types within the lamina propria.
Pediatric partial cricotracheal resection: a new technique for the posterior cricoid anastomosis.
Validation of the Pediatric Voice-Related Quality-of-Life survey.
The utility of the fiberoptic endoscopic evaluation of swallowing (FEES) in diagnosing and treating children with Type I laryngeal clefts.
Charcot-Marie-Tooth Disease type 1 and pediatric true vocal fold paralysis.
Assessing the outcome of surgery to correct velopharyngeal insufficiency with the pediatric voice outcomes survey.
Book Editor:  Pediatric Voice Disorders, Hartnick CJ, Boseley, M. Plural Publishing 2008
Book Chapter: Gross Anatomy and Histology of the Pediatric Larynx: Pediatric Voice Disorders, Hartnick CJ, Boseley, M. Plural Publishing 2008
Book Chapter: Emerging Technology and Equipment to assess the Child with a Vocal Disorder: Pediatric Voice Disorders, Hartnick CJ, Boseley, M. Plural Publishing 2008
Book Chapter: Validated Pediatric Voice Related Quality of Life Instruments: Pediatric Voice Disorders, Hartnick CJ, Boseley, M. Plural Publishing 2008


J. Andrew Sipp, M.D.
jandysipp@gmail.com
Current Employment: Pediatric ENT of Atlanta
Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship:

  • Open Airway Cases: 15
  • Cochlear Implants: 6
  • Bronchoscopies: 110
  • Mastoidectomies: 40

Research Publications:
Vocal Fold Medialization in Children: Injection Laryngoplasty, Thyroplasty, or Nerve Reinnervation.
Injection Pharyngoplasty with Calcium Hydroxyapatite for Velopharyngeal Insufficiency.
Laryngeal Botulinum Toxin Injections as a treatment for recalcitrant cough in a child.
Book Chapter: Unilateral Vocal Fold Immobility: Pediatric Voice Disorders, Hartnick CJ, Boseley, M. Plural Publishing 2008


Matthew T. Brigger, M.D. (graduating year 2009)
matt.brigger@alumni.vanderbilt.edu
Current Employment: Pediatric Otolaryngologist, Residency Program Director, Naval Medical Center San Diego, Department of Otolaryngology – Head And Neck Surgery, San Diego, CA
Phone number: 619-532-5617
Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship:

  • Open Airway Cases: 25
  • Cochlear Implants: 10
  • Bronchoscopies: 333
  • Mastoidectomies: 47

Research Publications:
A Modification to Improve Vocalization in Tracheostomy Dependent Children.
Diagnosing Eosinophilic Esophagitis in Children: A Pathologic or Clinicopathologic Diagnosis?
Serial electromyography of the thyroarytenoid muscles using the NIM Response system in a canine model of vocal fold paralysis.
Tracheal pH monitoring: a pilot study in tracheostomy dependent children.
Lobular capillary hemangioma of the nasal cavity in a 5-year old boy.
Injection pharyngoplasty with calcium hydroxylapatite for velopharyngeal insufficiency: patient selection and technique.
Dexamethasone administration and postoperative bleeding risk in children undergoing tonsillectomy.
Cystic pilomatrixoma: a diagnostic challenge.

Book Editor: Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ, eds. Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders.  San Diego: Plural Publishing; 2009
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ. Nasal and Nasopharyngeal Obstruction. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders. Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing;2009. 
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Voice Disorders. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders. Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing;2009.
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ. Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders. Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing;2009. 
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ. Subglottic Stenosis. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders. Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing;2009.
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ. Vocal Fold Immobility. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Disorders. Haver K, Brigger MT, Hardy SC, Hartnick CJ eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing; 2009.
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Ashland JE, Hartnick CJ.  Velopharyngeal Insufficiency. In: Clinical Management of Children's Voice Disorders.  Hartnick CJ, Boseley ME eds.  San Diego: Plural Publishing; 2009.
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ.  Laryngotracheal Reconstruction.  Operative Techniques in Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery.  In  press
Book Chapter: Brigger MT, Hartnick CJ.  Airway Obstruction in the Newborn.  In: Handbook of Pediatric Otolaryngology: A Practical Guide for Evaluation and Management of Pediatric Ear, Nose, and Throat Disorders. Hackensack: World Scientific Press; in press.


Stephen Maturo, M.D. (graduating year 2011)

Stephen.maturo@sbcglobal.net
Current Employment: Pediatric Otolaryngologist, San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium; Wilford Hall Medical Center, Lackland AFB, TX; Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, TX
Phone number: 210-292-7075
Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship:
During Clinical Year:

  • Open Airway Cases: 18
  • Cochlear Implants: 8
  • Bronchoscopies: 190
  • Mastoidectomies: 12

During Research Year:

  • Open Airway Cases: 10
  • Cleft Palate:  10
  • Cleft Lip: 10
  • Total Cases: 150

Research Publications:
Initial experience using propranolol as an adjunctive treatment in children with aggressive respiratory papillomatosis.
The vocal fold retractor: a useful tool for diagnosis and treatment of laryngeal and tracheal pathology.
Use of 532-nm Pulsed Potassium Titanyl Phosphate Laser and Adjuvant Intralesional Bevacizumab for Aggressive Respiratory Papillomatosis in Children: Initial Experience.
Initial experience using propranolol as the sole treatment for infantile airway hemangiomas.
Book Chapter: Patricio Varela, Christopher Hartnick, Stephen Maturo. Estenosis De La Via Aerea en Ninos. in: Estenosis De La Via Aerea en Ninos. in: Bases de Pediatria Critica. Quito: Ocion. 2010. p 690-695.
Book Chapter: In Press. Airway Manifestations of Pediatric GERD. Pediatric Otolaryngology.  Ralph Whetmore.
Book Chapter: In Press.  Pediatric Otolaryngology.  Bailey's Head and Neck Surgery-Otolaryngology, edited by Jonas  Johnson and Clark Rosen (5th edition)
Book Chapter: Mair E, Maturo S. Pediatric Lingual Tonsillectomy. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Maturo S. Juvenile Onset Recurrent Respiratory Papillomatosis In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Maturo S. Pediatric Laryngeal EMG. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Maturo S. Pediatric Airway Balloons. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)


Thomas Q. Gallagher, M.D. (graduating year 2011)

ThomasQGallagher@yahoo.com
Current Employment: Pediatric Otolaryngologist, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, VA
Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship:

  • Open Airway Cases: 15
  • Cochlear Implants: 2
  • Bronchoscopies: 300
  • Mastoidectomies: 10

Research Publications:
Clinical Problem Solving Radiology Quiz Case: Pediatric Base of Tongue Thyroglossal Duct Cyst.
Clinical problem solving case: Isolated laryngeal sarcoidosis.
Book Editor: Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ, eds. Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Tracheotomy. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric LTR with Ant/Post grafting . In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Cricotracheal Resection and anastomosis. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Tracheal Resection and Anastomosis. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Excision of Suprastomal Granuloma. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Thyroglossal Duct Cyst Excision. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Pediatric SMG Excision/ParotidDuctLigation. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Tracheocutaneous Fistula Closure. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)
Book Chapter: Gallagher TQ, Hartnick CJ. Endoscopic Choanal Atresia Repair. In: Pediatric Aerodigestive Surgical Video Atlas.  Gallagher TQ, Hansen M, Hartnick CJ eds.  Switzerland: Kargar Publishing; 2011 (in press)

Jennifer Setlur, M.D. (graduating year 2012)
jennifer.setlur@gmail.com

Research Publications:
Setlur J and Bruch J. Pediatric Sialendoscopy. Adv Otorhinolaryngol 2011 2012;73:149-52.
Gallagher TQ, Setlur J, Maturo S, Hartnick CJ. Percutaneous transtracheal needle insufflation: A useful emergency airway adjunct simply constructed from common items found on your anesthesia cart. Laryngoscope. 2012 May;122(5):1178-80.
Setlur J and Goyal P. Relationship between septal body size and septal deviation. Am J Rhinol & Allergy 2011 Nov-Dec;25(6):397-400.

Book Chapters:
Setlur J and Hartnick CJ. Pediatric Laryngology. In: Clinical Laryngology. Tan M and Fried M (eds) (in press)

Research Projects:
Audio-synchronized cine MRI to evaluate velopharyngeal insufficiency. Preceptor: Christopher J. Hartnick, MD. Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, MA. (7/2011-present)
Measurement of pediatric true vocal fold length. Preceptor: Christopher J. Hartnick, MD. Division of Pediatric Otolaryngology, Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Boston, MA. (7/2011-present)


Derek J. Rogers, M.D. (graduating year 2014)

derekjrogers@yahoo.com
Current Employment: Pediatric Otolaryngologist, Madigan Army Healthcare System, Tacoma, WA
Phone number: 253-968-1430

Breakdown of operative cases participated in during the fellowship

  • Open Airway Cases: 29
  • Cochlear Implants: 6
  • Bronchoscopies: 352
  • Tympanoplasties/Mastoidectomies: 36
  • Choanal atresia: 5
  • Cleft Palate including submucous:  31

Research Publications:
Book Editor
Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ, Hamdan US. Video Atlas of Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery. San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Editor of Pediatric Voice Section in Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology

Journal Articles:
Rogers DJ, Setlur J, Raol N, Maurer R, Hartnick CJ. Evaluation of true vocal fold growth as a function of age. Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. Pending.

Rogers DJ, Collins C, Carroll R, Yager P, Cummings B, Raol N, Setlur J, Maturo S, Tremblay S, Quinones E, Noviski N, Hartnick CJ. Operation airway: the first sustainable, multidisciplinary, pediatric airway surgical mission. Ann Otol Rhinol Otolaryngol. Pending.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Vascular compression of the airway: establishing a functional diagnostic algorithm. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2013;139(6):586-591.

Rogers DJ, Ojha S, Maurer R, Hartnick CJ. Use of adjuvant intralesional bevacizumab for aggressive respiratory papillomatosis in children. Audio-Digest Otolaryngol. 2013;46(24).

Rogers DJ, Ojha S, Maurer R, Hartnick CJ. Use of adjuvant intralesional bevacizumab for aggressive respiratory papillomatosis in children. JAMA Otolaryngol Head Neck Surg. 2013;139(5):496-501.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Endoscopic CO2 laser laryngofissure in pediatric laryngotracheal reconstruction. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2013;77(5):850-853.

Rogers DJ, Ashland J, Rozeboom M, Hartnick CJ. Modified superior pharyngeal flap for the treatment of velopharyngeal insufficiency in children. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2013;77(7):1083-1087.

Dedmon M, Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Management of the difficult pediatric airway with endotracheal intubation via telescopic guidance. Laryngoscope. 2013; Epub ahead of print.

Book Chapters:

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Development of the human true vocal fold. In: Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology.

Rogers DJ, Ballif C, Hartnick CJ. Voice rehabilitation after laryngotracheal reconstruction. In: Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology.

Rogers DJ, Ballif C, Hartnick CJ. Evaluation and management of pediatric dysphonia. In: Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Surgery for subglottic and tracheal lesions. In: Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology.

Zgheib E, Sitta GA, Abdul-Aziz D, Rogers DJ, Hamdan US. Evaluation and management of the cleft lip. In: Sataloff’s Comprehensive Textbook of Otolaryngology.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ, Fagan J. Juvenile nasopharyngeal angiofibroma surgery. In: Open Access Atlas of Otolaryngology, Head & Neck Operative Surgery. Fagan J, ed. 2013.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. Vocal fold immobility. In: Pediatric Otolaryngology- Head and Neck Surgery: A Clinical Reference Guide. Plural. In press.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ. The secondary cleft palate and velopharyngeal function. In: Facial Surgery: Plastic and Reconstructive. In press.

Rogers DJ, Hartnick. Surgical management of velopharyngeal insufficiency. In: Video Atlas of Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery. Rogers DJ, Hartnick CJ, Hamdan U, eds. San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Herman L, Runnels S, Rogers DJ, Chambers K, Hartnick CJ. Repair of soft palate cleft and submucous cleft palate. In: Video Atlas of Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery. San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Aziz SR, Rogers DJ, Roser SM. Orthognathic surgery in the cleft patient. In: Video Atlas of Cleft Lip and Palate Surgery. San Diego: Plural Publishing, Inc., 2013.

Shogan AN, Rogers DJ, Kerschner JE, Hartnick CJ. Botox in pediatric otolaryngology. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol. 2013. In press.